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Libraries, archives and museums have long collected physical materials and other artefacts. In so doing they have established formal or informal policies defining what they will (and will not) collect. We argue that these activities by their very nature privilege some information over others and that the appraisal that underlies this privileging is itself(More)
he distal biceps brachii tendon is an uncommon site for tendon injury, representing 3% of all injuries of the biceps brachii tendon in the literature [1, 2]. There have been many suggestions for optimally imaging the elbow using MRI [3–8]. Axial imaging is often used, providing short-axis images of the tendon, to accurately show the anatomy and disease of(More)
Authenticity is a difficult and taxing notion in both the digital and the analogue world. It is a retrospective and by implication dynamic notion, a reaction to whether or not we are dealing with the genuine article, that an object is what it purports to be at a moment in time and its content can be validated using available technology. It is not an end in(More)
— As cyber-physical systems (CPS) increasingly become a part of daily life, a well-prepared workforce is needed to build and maintain, calling for new approaches and test-beds to introduce CPS concepts into classrooms at all levels. The literature has many examples of CPS relevant platforms, which are used successfully in research; however, especially the(More)